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You might remember a few years ago when Ronny Turiaf served as the hype man for Kobe’s fake viral video that featured him jumping over a speeding Aston Martin. Now, Turiaf has a video of his own…and it features the veteran NBA big man jumping over a monster truck.
It’s pretty clear some of these dudes just have way too much free time on their hands. A+ celebration game though.
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BEST OF MAXIM
Back in 2008, Kobe Bryant and then-teamamte Ronny Turiaf made a viral video to promote the Black Mamba’s new shoes. In the video, Kobe jumps over a speeding Aston Martin.
Today, Turiaf and SportsNation teamed up to make a video of their own, except Ronny jumps over a “monster truck” instead.
Jordan Farmar loved the video, and even sent a tweet to Kobe with the link to clip...
MAKES THE LEAP
You might remember a few years ago when Ronny Turiaf served as the hype man for Kobe’s fake viral video that featured him jumping over a speeding Aston Martin. Now, Turiaf has a video of his own…and it features the veteran NBA big man jumping over a monster truck. It’s pretty clear some of these dudes just have way too much free time on their hands. A+ celebration game though...
LEAPS AND BOUNDS
Thanks to the fine folks over at ESPN Sportsnation, NBA player Ronny Turiaf got a chance to spoof Kobe Bryant’s infamous jump over an Aston Martin with this hilarious clip. In this video, Turiaf says he’s going to jump over a monster truck and well, I’ll let the video do the rest of the talking:
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